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In the Udana, the Buddha points to Nirvana as a transcendent reality:There is, monks, an unborn — unbecome — unmade — unfabricated. If there were not that unborn — unbecome — unmade — unfabricated, there would not be the case that escape from the…Continue
So I'm having a debate with a friend and he's saying that people can attain enlightenment without reading anything. I don't know if this is true. If they have a Master supporting them, they must have read something at some point. Some sort of…Continue
Can anyone recommend a book or source of some sorts for one who enjoys practicing home liturgies with recitations, chants, sutras, etc? Currently I use my own form made from mostly Zen sources (with a few substitutions from elements I took from the…Continue
Started by Thomas Bradshaw in How to Practice Dec 7, 2018.
This book emphasizes the importance of non-dualism, which is often forgotten in such an individual society as this. The author clarifies the difference between Christianity and Buddhism in this since. Christianity is dualistic because it promotes a…Continue
Started by James Earl Sims in General Buddhism and Dharma Discussions Sep 22, 2018.
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